What are  ParaLegal Services? We assist people in preparing Court Documents for Various types of Cases.
 
 Have you ever found yourself in a situation and it seems the only way out is to sue? Then reality sets in. Do I need an attorney? How much will it cost? Can I find an attorney who I can trust? How much will I get? These are all questions I can help you answer. Imagine being able to file your own documents. Being in control of your own case. 
 
 
MONEY                      
 
   The first thing you have to figure out is what are my damages. Almost everyone wants money and a whole lot of it. Most people don't receive the amount they had hoped for. You should be prepared to recoup only what you lost plus your court cost. An attorney will usually get anywhere from 30% to 40% of the amount you receive. There are cases where an attorney is required. For instance if you are seeking punitive damages. This is a very complicated case and needs experts, serious injury and a jury.
 
 WHAT KIND OF CASES CAN I DO MYSELF
 
 
  Simple Divorce
   Social  Security (Disability)
   Automobile Accidents under ($10,000)
  Landlord/Tenant
 Certain Probate and more.........
 
 
      HOW MUCH WILL THIS COST?
 
 
 
From county to county the filing fee may change. You would need to get a hold of your county clerk and ask. Every county usually has a website where phone numbers are available along with other information. Some may provide the filing fee, I have even come across some websites that have the forms you will need. You just have to know where to look.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                          HOW LONG WILL THIS TAKE
 
 
     This is a question that usually leaves people annoyed and they will either give up or become very aggravated. This is what the attorneys from the other side want.  They will try to overwhelm you with paper work so you will give up. For instance Social Security Disability can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 yrs. The good news is when your case is finally approved, you usually receive back payments from the time you filed. So if it takes two years you will receive a substancial check. The bad news is your sick and can't work so you have to figure out a way to survive all that time. I can give you some tips.
 
 
WHAT KIND OF EXHIBITS WILL I NEED?
 
One of the first things to do is to take pictures. This includes damage to yourself, car, home or personal property. Try to communicate through e-mail and make sure to save those e-mails. Use a thumb drive if possible. Keep any documents you receive. Keep the envelopes. If you send something back in the mail, go to the post office and have it sent certified, make copies for your file.  Keep the certifiction. Always start a file and keep everything together. Write all phone numbers and confirmation numbers on the file and make sure to date each one. Keep all receipts, if you go to a doctor and you are not a receipt  ask for one. Keep all doctors reports such as MRI's together date and put which doctor you got this. Make sure to ask your doctor for a written report of your injuries. Try to keep a daily or weekly journel on the progress or the worsening of you condition. If the doctor claims you have no injuries, get a second opinion from another doctor not affilated with the insurance company or Social Security.

Contact; info@laserdog.com for further information.

Enter content here

Enter content here

Enter content here

 DISCLAIMER:
We do not offer Legal advice. We assist people in Submitting Court Documents to those who cannot afford an Attorney. A small donation is appreciated. I cannot defend you in court or cannot become a witness.

Copyright 1995-2021 LaserDog Enterprises/CromHouse Publishers